Guided Walk to the Chartist Caves
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About the Event
****THIS EVENT IS NOW FULLY BOOKED**** thanks to all for your support
Leaders: Steve Drowley and Richard Mitchley Grade: Moderate
PLEASE NOTE: Walkers are advised to wear walking boots, waterproofs and bring water and packed lunch. Meeting point is at Top House pub, Trefil.
A guided walk to the Chartist Cave, also known by two Welsh names; Ogof Fawr (the ‘Big Cave’) and earlier as Tylles Fawr (the ‘Great Hole’). The more commonly used modern name “Chartist Cave” dates from 1839 when Chartist reformers used the cave to stockpile weapons in advance of their march on Newport on 4th November of that year. There is a plaque at the entrance to the cave commemorating the actions of the Chartists.
Welsh, French, German and English language speakers are welcomed.
This event is free thanks to Our Chartist Heritage. If you would like to support the festival, donations can be made at paypal.com/gb/fundraiser/charity/3516462
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